This is another of Chef AJ's wonderful creations.
This recipe was created by California Food for Life instructor, Sandi Rechenmacher, and was featured in Jen Reilly's wonderful cookbook, "Skinny Dish". Jen is an RD who created many of PCRM's recipes.
Recipe has been adapted from Isa Chandra Moskowitz's "Veganomicon" cookbook which is filled with fabulous, tasty plant based recipes. Folks rave about this appetizer!
This is a simple, Food for Life appetizer that is chock full of fiber, protein and calcium, just to name a few of its gifts!
This delicious appetizer, loaded with wrinkle-fighting Vitamin C, and Omega 3's, was a pot luck treat shared by one of our April 2013 Food for Life participants in Naples, Florida. Thanks, Jean for a tasty treat!
A Food for Life recipe! Mangoes provide a healthful dose of beta-carotene, one of those powerful antioxidants that fight free radical damage.
This comes from the Cancer Survivor's Guide, the book we use in one of our Food for Life series. This dip has no added fat. Class participants loved it!
This yummy dip comes from our Food for Life's Cancer Survivor's Guide. This homemade hummus is lower in fat than what you'd purchase in the store, and the garbanzo beans are a good source of protein.
The peas in this guacamole lower the fat content and increase all important fiber. Still, this appetizer derives a good deal of its calories from fat. However, the total fat grams and calories are quite low, and when eaten with 'baked' chips, instead of the fried ones, its fat intake remains within the recommended range. This recipe comes from PCRM's "Cancer Survivor's Guide".
This is a recipe from 'Forks Over Knives' website. I haven't tried it, yet, but it sure sounds good.
If you prepare it, let me know what you think. Thumbs up or down?
If you have a Vita-mixer, which is a high powered blender, you'll find this recipe on their site. It is so tasty. Folks can't believe that it is not the real thing - cheese!
You can make this as zippy as you'd like. A good dip for sliced veggies.
Cheese sauces can be found in any plant based/vegan cookbook. This is one of the best, and its variations are endless. Be creative. What would you add?
Use this hummus as a spread for sandwiches or as a dip with cut up veggies.
- Another of Bryanna Clark Grogan's fabulous recipes. She gave me permission to share this recipe.
- Check out her blog: http://veganfeastkitchen.blogspot.com
This is a Food for Life Recipe!
This recipe comes from our Food for Life Instructor in Alaska - Delisa.
It makes a great dip with fresh veggies or healthy snack crackers, and is a
tasty filler for sandwich wraps with shredded carrots, baby spinach and
A Salad Master recipe.
This recipe originated from the vegan-gal.com website. (Check out Jill Ovnick's site. It's super.)
A non-dairy cheese dip!!!
A lovely, zippy, olive tapenade without oil!!